Acupressure releases tension and opens energy for blood to flow freely. As blood circulation increases, oxygen and other nutrients can nourish more areas of your body, including your genitals. With Acupressure for Lovers, healing energy circulates and enables greater sexual vibrancy.
I’m going to describe an example of how to use use Acupressure for Lovers for awakening sexual energy. If you follow my directions and do it properly, I think you’ll be able to actually feel sexual energy moving.
Sacral Acupressure Points: Applying firm, prolonged pressure on the large triangular bone at the base of your spine (the sacrum) is an Acupressure technique used to relieve menstrual cramps, labor pains, sciatica, and low back pain. Pressing the Acupressure sacral points stimulates the genital region as well, which can be sexually arousing.
Ask your partner to lie down on his or her stomach and straddle his or her buttocks. With the heels of your hands, gradually apply pressure to the base of your partner’s spine. Lean most of the weight of your upper body into the heels of your hands, firmly pressing the sacral points. Continue for a couple of minutes, as you encourage your partner to breathe deeply and allow sexual energy to swell.
Here are two resources to get for yourself or as a gift for your partner. You’ll learn a wide variety of intimacy-building exercises and many techniques to increase mutual sexual fulfillment.
• Acupressure for Lovers Book (400 illustrations)
• Acupressure for Lovers DVD – featuring 12 Acupressure points for lovers, with a 20-minute routine that opens all 12 points
Here’s what William F. Clancy, from Salinas, CA wrote on Amazon about Acupressure for Lovers: The Secrets of Touch for Increasing Intimacy
“This book can bring heightened intimacy and increased sexual satisfaction to your relationship. At the very least, the techniques are relaxing and very loving. With some practice you may find some startling results, igniting new-found interest in sharing and exploring your mate. I’ve owned five copies (of the Lovers book), each one borrowed by a friend…never to return. I now give it as a wedding or 1st anniversary gift. Have your lover page through it and mark interesting pages with yellow stickers. Do your homework, and enjoy each other. You’ll probably find yourself spending more time in bed together, and watching less TV.”